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RADOR: News from Romania, 99-02-03

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From: RADOR Press Agency <http://indis.ici.ro/romania/news/rador.html>

February 3, 1999


CONTENTS

  • [01] Those Responsible for Miners' Actions Under Investigation;
  • [02] Senator Gyorgy Frunda's Initiative to the CE's Parliamentary Assembly Should Be Discussed in Parliament, the PUNR MP Groups Request;
  • [03] BNS-PRM Meetings;
  • [04] PDSR's Opinion on Draft Budget;
  • [05] Trade Union Leaders of CNSLR Fratia Met Senators of PNL MP Group;
  • [06] Meeting of Software Enterprises National Association;
  • [07] Law Supporting SMEs Investments;
  • [08] The Nation Cathedral Foundation Stone-Laying Ceremony to Take Place on Friday, February 5;
  • [09] Criminals Pardoned by President Emil Constantinescu;
  • [10] Tourism in Sibiu.

  • [01] Those responsible for miners' actions under investigation

    Romanian Interior Minister Constantin Dudu Ionescu has ordered an inquiry to establish the individual responsibilities of the commanders who ran the Interior Ministry (MI) operations in Bumbesti and Costesti two weeks ago. The results of the inquiry will be submitted to the Romanian Government and the Country's Supreme Council for Defence (CSAT) by February 11. RADOR

    [02] Senator Gyorgy Frunda's initiative to the CE's Parliamentary Assembly should be discussed in parliament, the PUNR MP groups request

    The MP groups representing the Romanians' National Unity Party (PUNR) called for a debate in parliament over Senator Gyorgy Frunda's recent initiative to the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly. The PUNR MPs even believe that Senator Frunda should be removed from his job as Romanian delegate to the CE. The proposal of a resolution to set up an ad hoc commission on national minorities' rights is an abuse against the parliamentary deonthology and, as the PUNR representatives put it, Mr Frunda's initiative is deeply immoral and inconcevable for a Romanian MP mandate. The PUNR MP groups believe that, once again, Senator Frunda did nothing but tried to call for the resumption of the CE's monitoring of Romania concerning the Romanian Hungarian minority rights. RADOR

    [03] BNS-PRM meetings

    In preparation of an official meeting between the National Trade Union Block (BNS) and Greater Romania Party (PRM) leaders, two informal meetings between the two sides were reported on Tuesday following a PRM initiative. PRM leader Corneli Vadim Tudor claimed recently that one of the BNS leaders got a 4 billion lei bribe for participating in the privatisation of the Dacia Felix Bank. The BNS said it was breaking any relation with the PRM until the name of the leader and the evidence in support of the allegation were made public. If not, the BNS is expecting the PRM and its leader to officially apologise for their lies about the BNS. RADOR

    [04] PDSR's opinion on draft budget

    The vicepresident of the Party of Social Democracy in Romania (PDSR), Ioan Mircea Pascu, believes that the existing draft budget is a reflection of the country's "bad administration" and the main source of growing social unrest. He said the draft budget was an "instrument against the reform". The PDSR leader believes that the recent tensions and developments in the Jiu Valley were a proof of how bad the crisis has been administrated. RADOR

    [05] Trade union leaders of CNSRL Fratia met senators of the PNL MP group

    The leaders of the CNSRL Fratia (The Brotherhood) trade union have presented the senators of the National Liberal Party (PNL) wwith the demands put forward by the trade union confederation they represented. The two sides have admitted that Romania had no other chance than promoting a law designed to allow a series of programmes aimed at developing the macroeconomy and its departments. The schedule of trade union actions includes a Japanese strike on February 15, a warning strike on February 17 and the general strike on February 22, and this schedule is to be abserved. The trade unionists would like the ministries to express their position on the demands they were presented with as it was not the strike for strike's sake but a solution to their problems that the workers were seeking. RADOR

    [06] Meeting of Software Enterprises National Association

    A conference of the Software Enterprises National Association opened at the Elisabeth Palace in Bucharest on Tuesday. The comference is mainly concentrating on ways to develop the software national industry. The Romanian head of state, also the honorary president of the association, has expressed his interest in the development of a national information society. He said the existing human resources are able to put the association's programmes into force, and the "Romanian trademark" should appear on all Romanian intelligence-made products of the information society. RADOR

    [07] Law supporting SMEs investments

    At their meeting on Tuesday, the Romanian deputies have discussed a series of issues concerning a law expected to support the investments of the SMEs. The draft law is clearly establishing the status of the SMEs in complience with the Romanian law and the EU recommendations. The draft law is designed to encourage the SMEs and the investments in the field. It is also expected to ensure an easier access to credits and their guarantees. RADOR

    [08] The Nation Cathedral foundation stone laying-ceremony to take place on Friday, February 5

    Romanian Habitat Minister Nicolae Noica has announced that, according to the final decision concerning the place where the Nation Cathedral may be built, the new church will be placed in the Union Plaza, between the Union supermarket and the Manuc's Inn. The church is expected to host some 2,000 people. The foundation stone-laying ceremony and the religious service are planned on Friday, February 5 at 12:00. Participants will include the Patriarch of the Romanian Christian-Orthodox Church Teoctist and Prime Minister Radu Vasile. RADOR

    [09] Criminals pardoned by President Emil Constantinescu

    Romanian President Emil Constantinescu has signed a decree on Tuesday pardoning a number of criminals who served prison terms or still had to serve prison terms for minor crimes. The criminals include journalist Cornel Dan Sabau who was sentenced to a 10-month prison term for calumny. RADOR

    [10] Tourism in Sibiu

    A growing number of tourists was reported in the Transylvanian town of Sibiu since the UNESCO programme of "Sibiu - European Confluences" began last May. Sibiu was visited by 4.23 per cent of the tourists who travelled to Romania last year. The "Sibiu - Hermanstadt" programme is aimed at preserving and promoting the historic treasures of the town as well as developing the economy in the area. RADOR
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